Congrats on the quick sale!
May I ask how much the Quigley conversion ran in round numbers?
Also, did you use your own mount or something mfg for the captain chairs? We are figuring out a van build for our crew of 5 + large dog. I think the 4 rear captains chairs for a total of seating...
I just sold my '68 Bronco. I overestimated the negative effect that the current situation had on pricing. There has been a lot more trucks pop up for sale in the past few weeks. But for the right vehicle, the market is still pretty strong.
What I meant to say was that I believe that in the hands of the right businessman, XPCamper could've been a successful business selling at their existing prices.
If I sell a kitchen renovation for $50k I can make good money on it. I can also mismanage the project, have the wrong people...
Back on track: the worry here is that the new XPCamper will be no more successful than the founder if they don't pay their craftsman and laborers good wages. In their location, 20-25$ just ain't it.
I own a construction and renovation company. I pay top dollar in our area for excellent...
There is a difference between failing at business and having to declare bankruptcy, and purposely and knowingly defrauding customers. The line is not that thin... From the feedback on this thread, it's very apparent which side of the line he is on.
Why did you rule out the Falcon?
I saw one at an event a few weeks ago and the owner was very happy with it. It looks to tick all the boxes and I really like that it’s so much lighter than the other options.
This is obviously hearsay, but there is a huge difference between being a bad businessman, and this right here:
"From my understanding Marc took close to a million dollars from 15 people with no clear plan to perform."
Until I heard that, I was thinking this is a classic case of being good at...